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RED RIVER

That's just one of the studies on tap in the Red River Basin. Here's a rundown.
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The route follows the historic trek of Eric Sevareid and Walter Port that was documented in a novel titled “Canoeing with the Cree."
Near Climax, Minnesota, a small crack in the ground has grown, causing a quarter-mile long stretch of bean field to fall 25 feet. Few have ever seen anything like it.
Sheepshead will never control the population explosion of zebra mussels, but their contribution to the Red River ecosystem can’t be understated.

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In his 14 years as a Red River catfish guide, Brad Durick says he’s never seen a year quite like this one for low water, thanks to widespread drought conditions that have the Red and other rivers across the region at their lowest levels in years.
Less than 4% of lakes in Minnesota affected so far
Agents, others say signs point to yes in 2020
Sometimes, though, you have to play the cards you’re dealt and make the best of it when it comes to outdoors excursions. Whether it’s hunting, fishing or any other outdoor activity, Mother Nature calls the shots. It’s either roll the dice and hope for the best or stay home.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — A man found dead in the Red River late last month has been identified as Jeffrey Lindell, 56, of Moorhead, police said Tuesday, July 9.
As East Grand Forks considers whether to officially ask to host the prestigious event, one thing is for sure: A well-timed catfishing experience on the Red River sure doesn't hurt.

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OSLO, Minn.--Aerial views of the Red River at Oslo show flooded island living for this Minnesota town of about 300. A drone piloted by Forum Communications' Click Content Studios on Tuesday captured imagines of the swollen Red at 37.37 feet; the ...
FARGO -- The Red River at Fargo-Moorhead on Monday, April 8, reached a level only seen seven times in more than 100 years of recorded history, but there was little drama to go along with the high water.
Flooding in several Minnesota towns could reach moderate to major stages in the coming week, according to National Weather Service forecasts.

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